Dissection Tables for Anatomy Labs
Innovative Lab Designs to Enhance Education
Two Body Rotating Dissection Tables
Specifically designed for use in anatomy labs where space is a concern with high student traffic. The two levels provide storage and access to the appropriate cadaver. The trays are smoothly rotated 180° with the anodized aluminum mechanism. Each tray has a small drain pan or drain plug.
Standard Dissection Tables
Mopec standard dissection tables offer an economical, yet high-quality solution to university lab needs. Equipped with casters, the tables are easily maneuverable should classes require a different room layout. The stainless steel construction allows for easy cleaning and a heavy-duty work surface. Each table is designed with a sloped top toward a ball valve and tube to ensure proper drainage during dissection. With Mopec’s assortment of accessories, students are prepared with the tools needed to succeed.
Covered Hood Dissection Tables
Mopec Covered Dissection Tables feature a recessed top that eliminates the need for a body tray. The two hinged covers allow for securely concealing the cadaver when not in use. The Mopec-Exclusive Lid Assist Feature aids in lowering the covers and eliminates user injury. During the dissection, the covers neatly lock under the table.
Removable Tray Dissection Tables
Mopec Removable Tray Dissection Tables are ideal for facilities looking for an extremely efficient means of transferring bodies from tables to storage racks. The body tray easily glides off the chassis rollers onto a carrier, lift or rack. It eliminates the need for an additional tray in the storage area.
Hydraulic Lift Dissection Tables
Mopec Hydraulic Tables are some of the most advanced tables offered on the market. They feature hydraulic elevation, easy tilting and foot pedal controls to reduce common user strains caused by moving cadavers.
Dip Tank Dissection Tables
Designed to keep cadavers and anatomic specimens fully submerged in a fixative solution for prolonged storage. Ideal for anatomy classes at teaching hospitals and universities. The tank helps maintain moisture content and the natural condition of stored tissues.